OLDHAM Athletic have unveiled their kits for next season as the club celebrates its 125th anniversary.

A small group of supporters formed a focus group looking at how to best mark the milestone in conjunction with kit suppliers Hummel.

An online vote, with 1,500 fans polled, decided on the choice of badge and style of home shirt.

With a majority of 91 per cent, supporters wanted to see the old badge back on the shirts with the poll also deciding that the home shirt is blue and white with a hint of tangerine.

The home shirt will have white shorts and blue/white socks to accompany it. Goalkeeper tops will be plain green and orange respectively

The kit that came second in the vote with 32%, was the red, white and navy blue design which will be the away kit.

The red and white stripes as well as the navy blue elements are inspired from the very first kit worn by Pine Villa back in 1895, where Oldham Athletic originated from only four years later.

The away shirt will have navy blue shorts and blue/red socks to accompany it with the shirt itself having a plain white back.

Each shirt will be emblazoned at the tail, on the inside with the 'Keep The Faith' mantra.

A third kit will be announced in the first week of August for use in certain cup games.

In terms on sponsorship, a company to go on the front of the shirts is currently being finalised, but fans can for the time being buy the shirt sponsor-free.

The shirts went on pre-sale at noon on Monday and will be available on general sale from Friday, July 24.

The club shop inside in the Joe Royle Stand is planned to open at the end of the month.